Registration is now open for three spring conferences:
Cohosted by American Addiction Centers and cosponsored by Behavioral Health of the Palm beaches, this training offers up to twenty-four credit hours for Continuing Education, including six hours on ethics at a preconference workshop on March 14.
The conference will focus on topics related to:
- Trauma treatment
- The brain and addiction
- Co-occurring disorders
- Shame, anxiety, and depression
- Mindfulness and holistic approaches
- Neuroscience and psychotherapy
Cutting-edge keynote presentations will include:
- Adolescent and Young Adult Therapy Updated for the Digital Age by Robert Weiss, LCSW
- Self-Defeating Behaviors by Gregory Boothroyd, PhD
- Strategies for Treating Trauma by Colin Ross, PhD
- Whole Brain Strategies: From Reactivity to Resilience by Tina Payne Brydon, PhD
- The Impact of Over-, Under-, and Misdiagnosis by Lisa Boesky, PhD
- Co-Occurring Treatment for Adolescents and Young Adults by Pat DeChello, PhD
- Working with High Risk, Resistant Adolescents by Robert J. Ackerman, PhD
- The Future of Addiction Treatment in America: An Adolescent, Young Adult Perspective by Mark Sanders, LCSW
The 2nd National Conference on Trauma, Addiction, & Intimacy Disorders held April 30–May 2 at the Doubletree Hotel Downtown in Nashville, TN.
USJT returns to Nashville with strong support from national and regional treatment providers, including Promises, The Ranch, Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches, American Addiction Centers, and The Meadows.
The three-day conference will be preceded by a preconference ethics workshop and a postconference “Wisdom Recovery Experience.” Details can be found at www.usjt.com. Conference highlights include an opening evening presentation and music orchestrated by OnSite.
Keynote presenters will include: